Events

Upcoming Events

Global Health Security 2019 Lunch session, Epidemic Insights: smallpox and monkeypox - registration is closed, as session is full

   International Convention Centre Sydney, Room E3.3 

GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY 2019

NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence, Integrated Systems for Epidemic Response

Presents

Epidemic Insights: smallpox and monkeypox

Time: 20 June 2019, 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Free lunch event – registration is now closed, as the session is full subscribed

Enquiries: Elizabeth Kpozehouen, Email: e.kpozehouen@unsw.edu.au

Past Events

Global Security PLuS presents: New Approaches to Grey Zone Threats

 John B Reid Theatre, AGSM building (G27 on map) ground floor. University of New…
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Biosecurity in the Pacific workshop Mystery Disease in the Pacific 16 - 17 August 2018 9am - 5pm  

 16 August 2018 Location: Oceanic East room, Ground level, Crowne Plaza Hotel,…
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Special seminars @Kirby Institute : Multi-Level Interventions to Address Vaccine Hesitancy and Improve Vaccine Uptake, Professor Dan Salmon,

 Berg Family Foundation Seminar Room, Level 6, Wallace Wurth Building, UNSW…
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Special seminars @Kirby Institute : June 8 Professor Gravenstein – Old People, The Influenza Masquerade, and Prevention by Vaccine

 Berg Family Foundation Seminar Room, Level 6, Wallace Wurth Building, UNSW…
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UNSW - VIRL Presents Vaccination of hard-to-reach and high-risk groups

 Gilbert Suite, Adelaide Convention Centre
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Global Security Plus - New approaches to risk analysis in biosecurity.

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Public Lecture, What keeps you awake at night? Future threats in security

 Room G16, Tyree Energy Technologies building (H6) UNSW
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Communicable Diseases Control (CDC) Conference, Melbourne 2017.

 Pullman Albert Park, Melbourne Australia
CIA Prof Raina MacIntyre gave a keynote speech at the Closing Plenary Session “Research Priorities in Communicable Disease Control” at the CDC Conference. The conference was convened on 26- 28 June 2017 by the Communicable Diseases Network Australia, the Public Health Laboratory Network and the… more

Civil-Military Systems for collaborative responses to Infectious Disease and Deliberate Biological Events: A pre-CDCC workshop

 Pullman Albert Park Melbourne  
Explore the current Australian civil-military cooperative framework for responding to epidemics. This workshop will touch on the key interfaces between the civil and military health systems, the place of the ADF in responding to crises, and the technology and systems in place for working within… more

ISER at the World Congress on Public Health, Melbourne, April 3rd 2017 A global pandemic experience – cross sectoral lessons

 Melbourne convention and exhibition centre
The World Congress on Public Health was held in Melbourne on 3 -7 April 2017. ISER took part in World Leadership Dialogues symposia, on Tuesday 4th of April, giving a presentation of a hypothetical pandemic disaster experience titled, ‘A global pandemic experience – cross sectoral lessons’. The… more